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How-to: Building a Company Glossary with Confluence – Part Three

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The Tip of the Month, brought to you by Atlassian University, is a monthly series to help master Atlassian tools. Products are more fun to use when you know all the tricks. This is a guest blog by Charles Hall from OpenBet, a specialist software company that provides gambling and gaming solutions. Maintenance and Re-use With the templates and navigation schemes we set-up in part 1 and part 2 of this article, and thanks to some initial seeding of content, the glossary space is established

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How-to: Building a Company Glossary with Confluence – Part Two

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This is a guest blog by Charles Hall from OpenBet, a specialist software company that provides gambling and gaming solutions.     In part 1 of this article we set the scene and created the basic elements for capturing glossary terms. This included the use of live templates and scaffolding fields to ensure that data is captured in a structured fashion and that the whole system is easily maintainable. We also saw how a special link is needed to reference a page template as a

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How-to: Building a Company Glossary with Confluence – Part One

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This is a guest blog by Charles Hall from OpenBet, a specialist software company that provides gambling and gaming solutions.     At the start of 2012 I joined OpenBet. OpenBet had been undergoing significant growth and realized that their approach to knowledge management needed to change accordingly. The Twiki software had served as the company intranet and wiki for 7 years, but the information within it had grown stale and the system itself developed some significant frailties.

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